A U.S. Army colonel, responding on Facebook to a Freedom of Information Act request by victims of the 2009 Fort Hood massacre, told them “Let’s move on, America. I did.”
Col. Nathan Banks has apologized for publicly responding to a private request for information by the victims, some of whom are still recovering from injuries suffered at the hands of now-inmate Nidal Hasan, a jihadist who, on Nov. 5, 2009, shot and killed 14 and injured another 30.
“If the Army was interested in allowing us to ‘move on’ they should think about finally declaring the shooting a terrorist attack and recognizing the ultimate sacrifice that so many made for their country that day,” said Staff Sgt. Shawn Manning, shot six times in the attack.
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